Kolmapäev, 28. jaanuar 2015

Rahvusvaheline seminar emotsioonide tootmisest ja tarbimisest naisteajakirjanduse näitel

Seminar toimub reedel, 30.jaanuaril algusega kell 16
Tallinna Ülikoolis Riho Pätsi auditooriumis, 
aadressil Narva mnt. 29, Tallinn.


Dear Members of Women's network,

Women’s Network of ECREA is pleased to invite you to a workshop titled "Selling emotions:
Women’s journals and women journalists, the production and consumption of emotions".

The workshop will be held on Friday Jan 30th 2015 starting in the afternoon at 4 pm, Mare building M-213 Riho Päts auditorium,Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia (http://www.tlu.ee/en/institute-of-communication). Address: Narva maantee 29, Tallinn, Estonia. Map: http://www.emateab.ee/map_search/Narva+mnt+29+TALLINN/

Program:

16.00 Dr. Teija Waaramaa (Chair of Women’s network, Finland): A theoretical perspective to emotions 

16.20 Dr. Tulay Atay-Avsar (Vice chair of Women’s network, Turkey): "Flying Broom's Local Women's Network"

16.40 Dr. Valerija Vendramin (Vice chair of Women’s network, Slovenia): “Science and Education in Media: Hidden Agendas, Hidden Genders”

17.00 Coffee

17.20 Dr Barbi Pilve (Estonia): 

17.40 Dr. Sanna Kivimäki (Finland): “Belonging to the nation? Gendered nation in Finnish Magazines”

18.00 Dr. Laura Saarenmaa (Finland): ”Tea Mugs and Wollen Socks. Women's Magazines Pampering Politicians”

18.20 Discussion

If you plan to participate please send notes to Dr. Barbi Pilvre, e-mail: barbi(at)tlu.ee and to Dr. Teija Waaramaa, e-mail: teija.waaramaa(at)uta.fi.

There is no registration fee. Transport, accommodation and meals on your own cost.


Welcome!

“The main objective of ECREA’s Women’s Network is to assess and develop the interdisciplinary and multicultural field of female scholarship in the context of European Communication and Media Studies. Furthermore, the Women’s Network aims to research the current situation of women in higher education and academic research in Europe, identifying differences, strengths, weaknesses          and areas of good practice.”